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HC refuses to stay CCI notice to WhatsApp against its new privacy policy

New Delhi: In a major setback for Facebook-owned WhatsApp, the Delhi high court on Wednesday refused to stay the Competition Commission of India's (CCI) notice to the US-based social media giant seeking information for a probe into its controversial new privacy policy. 

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WhatsApp appoints grievance officer for India

KOLKATA: Amid talks over implementation of new IT rules, messaging platform WhatsApp has appointed Paresh B Lal as grievance officer in India. WhatsApp has updated the new appointment on its website so users can contact Paresh B through a post box in Banjara Hills at Hyderabad in Telangana state....

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MeitY seeks compliance details of new IT rules from large social media platforms

KOLKATA: Fears of social media platforms being switched off for not complying with the  new Indian  IT rules applicable to them from today (26 May) proved unfounded. However, they cannot rest easy as the ministry of electronics and information technology (MeitY) has written to “Significant Social...

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IT whiplash for social media for missed deadlines?

KOLKATA: Social media platforms in India, barring Koo, failed the compliance test of the Indian government to appoint grievance officers in India as the three month deadline expired today (May 26). Many international online platforms, including Twitter, were in regular conflict with the government...

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No accounts will be deleted because of the new update, says WhatsApp

Facebook owned instant messaging platform WhatsApp has clarified that it will not delete Indian user accounts that do not accept its new privacy policy. The app had earlier told users that if they do not accept the new update by 15 May, they would lose access to their accounts.

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